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Track 7 Sorry A copper coin in the public square its sorrow is hidden It sighs softly as it lies in the wishing pool Too many I love you makes it breathless and causes it to Lose its significance The ring is crying lying quietly in the drawer All that remains of it is its memories love and separation Just like the unpredictable rain which is ready to attack anytime Bridge I missed the desks and chairs of elementary school Reminiscing the times when pencils were used to write diaries Writing down that original beauty Writing down the first time I met you Jay Chou Chorus If meeting you is a tragedy Im probably fated to be the lone actor in my life And lastly reminiscing the past alone I try to remove all the past memories If meeting you is a tragedy I can make life equally as meaningless Maybe Id be able to finally hear you say A sorry with a sigh and regrets Track 8 Williams Castle Creeper plants crept over the Counts grave Weeds and filth littered the isolated castle The fat witch who does not know how to ride a broom chants curses in Latin La La Wu The black cat she keeps smiles like it is crying La La La Wu Using the crystal ball to tell your fortune She can foretell the angle of the sun rays in the church And knows if you were a werewolf or a bat in your past life The castles owner - William the second has a chin full of beard Hes used to yawning after feasting on blood The butler is a gentlemanly pig who speaks eloquent French It reads verses from John before sucking blood to atone for its sins The jubilant princess who has a pair of blue eyes Feeds only on male rats with AB blood type Chorus Absent-mindedly Whose footsteps is it The silver-coated teapot Is filled
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